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Martin: In memory and in life
Mumia on King and war. From the 2013 archives
"... “the most dangerous Negro in America.”
How was he so?
You, of all people, the congregation at The Riverside Church should know best, for it was here at Riverside’s historic pulpit that Dr. King spoke the words that, in FBI parlance made him a “marked” man. Here he called his nation, the United States of America, “the greatest purveyor of violence on earth,” and he condemned “militarism, racism, and materialism.”
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Dr. King struggled against the three evils of poverty, racism and militarism. He was assassinated while supporting striking sanitation workers in their fight to form a union. We will honor his birthday by organizing around these deeply interconnected issues, in solidarity. Happy birthday, Dr. King!

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“I had to speak out if I was to erase my name from the bombs which fall over South and North Vietnam. The time had come, indeed it was past due, when I had to disavow and disassociate myself from those who, in the name of peace, burn, maim and kill.”
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Fight Uber's Greed! Join the 24-Hour STRIKE and Rally on Thursday 1/5! Together we will win back our raise! #StrikeUber #BoycottUber ... See MoreSee Less

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